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Carolyn Best, DC, MT, BACarolyn Best, DC, MT

Carolyn Best is lab assistant in Microbiology and Lab Diagnosis. She has a B.A. degree from Lycoming College in Pennsylvania (1974). She also earned a medical technology (M.T.) degree from Williamsport School of Medical Technology and is certified by the American Society of Clinical Pathologists with a specialty in hematology.

Prior to joining Sherman College, she was hematology supervisor with Community Medical Center in Scranton, PA, for 29 years and a laboratory generalist at Spartanburg Regional Medical Center and St. Luke's Hospital for ten years. She has been with the college since 2003. She enjoys reading, hiking and living with her two dogs.

 

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